This follow-up of New York Goes to Hollywood stars Tiffany "New York" Pollard as she tries to find a ... Even if everyone is an actor and even Ms New York is there just for camera time ..pure fun! I loved watching each week- I really looked forward to the show.I bet she really would like to find love so why not give this a shot ? I enjoyed her hilarious commentary about the men as well as watching her hilarious interaction with the men. I can imagine a spin-off with 12 pack and Heat - two of the men- who became friends and party kings, touring all the clubs and bars in the Northeast...basically just partying and picking up women, getting drunk. Anyway, I have to say this was a very funny concept and the personalities were SO OVER THE TOP that you could NOT get through an episode without cracking up!“They’re like peas in a pod,” Weisgerber says of his daughter and Pollard.“They’ve become very close and like to team up and make fun of me.” Weisgerber says he could never understand how people who meet on dating shows could stay apart.NEW York loves Tailor Made – and she lives with him in Queens.George Weisgerber (whose nickname is Tailor Made) last night was seen finally winning over the heart of Tiffany “New York” Pollard – the star of VH1’s “I Love New York 2.” What no one has known is that the pair have been shacking up since the show finished taping last summer.
A single eyewitness came forward and testified during the trial that she was among two dozen people who saw what happened that night.It's the first of 10 episodes of the show that were shot before the murder.The third season of "I Love Money" made national headlines in August 2009 after contestant Ryan Jenkins allegedly murdered his wife, Jasmine Fiore, in California.Mauricio Sanchez played New York's assistant, "Chamo," but only for the first season.Eight months after he was convicted, a 29-year-old man was sentenced Friday to 50 years to life in a San Francisco murder case that gained notoriety because of the defendant's appearance on a reality TV series that was broadcast a few months after the crime was committed.